Washington, Feb 18 (ANI): Selena Gomez has opened up about her first love and said that it was weird but was completely incredible for her. The 'Come and Get It' singer, who recently went topless for the cover of V Magazine, didn't mentioned anyone's name but said that the next time she has a boyfriend it would be much different, as in her previous relationship she wasn't mature enough and it was her first love, but now she will guard certain things more, E! Online reported. More »Selena Gomez reveals her 'weird' but 'incredible' first love
Mumbai, Feb 18 (IANS) Actress Anushka Sharma feels fortunate that she could work with actor Neil Bhoopalam in her production debut "NH 10" as she feels his talent has influenced her performance. "Neil is one of the best actors that our country has today. I feel really fortunate that I could work with him because when you work with good actors, it has an effect on your own performance," Anushka said here Tuesday during the film's promotion at a college. More »Neil Bhoopalam influenced Anushka's 'NH10' act
Mumbai, Feb 18 (IANS) Being first is not always a sign of excellence, says television actor Harshad Arora, who has turned out to be the first contestant to be eliminated from "Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi". Though disappointed, Harshad says it was only to be expected. Now Harshad says he's all set to start work on a new fictional soap after the termination of "Beintehaa". More »Harshad Arora blames 'being first' for exit from 'Khatron...'
Washington, Feb 18 (ANI): Tyga has said it out loud and clear. He is not sleeping with Kylie Jenner! Following Amber Rose's claims that he was "banging" the 17-year-old youngest sister of the Kardashian clan, Tyga, 25, spoke on the same radio show and cleared the air saying "No, I'm not dating Kylie," TMZ.com reported. The rapper also responded to calling the child services, saying that the law enforcement hasn't reached out to him about the possibility he has committed statutory rape, adding that whenever he hung out Kylie, Kendall Jenner was usually there too. More »Tyga rubbishes sleeping with Kylie Jenner claims
Chennai, Feb 18 (IANS) Filmmaker Gautham Vasudev Menon, who is currently basking in the success of his latest Tamil release "Yennai Arindhaal", says the film was meant to have traces of his earlier films because it was part of a trilogy. Ajith Kumar-starrer "Yennai Arindhaal" is the third film in the police franchise after "Kaakha Kaakha" and "Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu". "Though I'm happy with the response to the film, I've been hearing the feedback that 'Yennai Arindhaal' has traces of my earlier films. Since it's part of a trilogy, hence the reference to the other two films in the franchise," Gautham told IANS. More »'Yennai...' was meant to have traces of my past films: Gautham Menon
Chennai, Feb 18 (IANS) Filmmaker Mohan Krishna Indraganti, who is looking forward to the release of Telugu crime-comedy "Bandipotu", says comedy is the most "difficult" and "underrated" genre to make films in. "Comedy is not an easy genre to make films in. He says the reason people end up making slapstick comedy because "it's extremely difficult to make a good comedy film with great situational humour". "When Naresh and I came together for this project, he wanted to do a good comedy film sans everything he's done before. More »Comedy most underrated genre: Mohan Krishna Indraganti
London, Feb 18 (ANI): After calling Kim Kardashian a sex-tape whore, Amber Rose has now carried out her bitter Twitter spat with Khloe Kardashian and has claimed that OJ Simpson was the reality star's real father. More »Amber Rose claims OJ Simpson is Khloe K's real dad
Chennai, Feb 18 (IANS) Actress Radhika Apte, who plays one of the leads in forthcoming action-thriller "Badlapur", says the film is content-driven and also has all the elements of a commercially entertaining venture. "This is a content-driven film, but it's entertaining too with all the commercial elements," Radhika told IANS. She plays the owner of a restaurant in the film and most of her scenes were with Varun Dhawan. Radhika confessed she's a fan of director Sriram Raghavan's work and that she had been waiting for an opportunity to work with him. More »'Badlapur' is content-driven and entertaining: Radhika Apte
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to auction a controversial suit that bears his name in gold pinstripes, which he wore at a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama, leading to attacks he was out of touch in a nation where many live in extreme poverty. The tailored suit, which was ridiculed by Modi's political opponents, will be auctioned in Gujarat to raise money for a project he is championing to clean the Ganges river. "People are very generous in this area and we hope that it will raise a lot of money for a good cause," said Milind Torawane, the municipal commissioner of Surat, a port city home to India's diamond industry, where the auction is being held. Modi's choice of the navy suit, which was embroidered repeatedly with his name, damaged the image of a man who in last year's election had played up his humble beginnings as a tea-seller and his personal sacrifices for India's advancement. More »Modi to auction controversial suit with his name all over it
Chennai, Feb 18 (IANS) Actress Aditi Chengappa says the experience of romancing two different heroes almost at the same time for upcoming Tamil-Telugu bilingual "Moone Moondru Vaarthai" was extremely challenging. While shooting in one language, I had to romance one hero and work in the same scene with someone else in a different language," Aditi said in a statement. More »Romancing different heroes for same film challenging: Aditi
By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - A bouncy 15-inch beagle named Miss P won the top honor at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday, besting more than 2,700 competitors. Miss P, from Vancouver, British Columbia, was awarded the Best in Show prize at the 139th Westminster show, the second-longest continuously running sporting event in the United States after the Kentucky Derby. "She's a princess," handler Will Alexander said about Miss P, who enjoys eating liver and sleeping on Alexander's pillow at night. Miss P is the second beagle ever to take home the Westminster Best In Show prize, behind her relative, Uno, who won in 2008, said show co-host David Frei. More »Beagle named Miss P wins 139th Westminster dog show
London, Feb 18 (ANI): 'Fifty Shades of Grey' helmer Sam Taylor-Johnson may have made a hugely successful, but she's considering walking out of the trilogy. Taylor-Johnson, 47, and the erotic novel's author E.L James just can't get along, the Daily Star reported. The film has received mixed reviews as the sex scenes portrayed in the film were quite tame in comparison to the book's raunchy versions, which has been the cause of spat between Taylor-Johnson and James, as the author wanted the scenes to be more explicit. Taylor-Johnson had openly said that it was difficult and frustrating when the "author and auteur," didn't agree. More »'50 Shades' director Sam Taylor-Johnson to quit over 'catfights' with E.L James
The eldest son of California's ex-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and journalist Maria Shriver was struck in his car in Los Angeles during a confrontation with another driver, but was not hurt, police said on Tuesday. The bizarre incident involving Patrick Schwarzenegger, 21, a model who is dating singer Miley Cyrus, occurred on Feb. 10 in the San Fernando Valley section of the city and was first reported by celebrity media on Tuesday. A man behind the wheel of another car threw what appeared to be water out of the window, striking Schwarzenegger's vehicle, and then drove off, said Los Angeles police spokeswoman Officer Rosario Herrera. Schwarzenegger then drove after the man, and when the other driver did a U-turn Schwarzenegger did the same and continued his chase, police said. More »Son of California ex-governor Schwarzenegger involved in road run-in - police
Dum Laga Ke Haisha marks a new beginning at Yash Raj Films, with Aditya Chopra becoming the presenter and Maneesh Sharma becoming the creative producer. It shows legacy and how Aditya Chopra is moving in the direction of having more creative heads. Now, ten days before release, we hear YRF has changed the background score of the YRF logo for Dum Laga Ke Haisha. For the first time ever, in the history of YRF, in 60 years, they will be changing the iconic voice of Lata Mangeshkar from the logo at the beginning of the film. More »Lata Mangeshkar Replaced By Kumar Sanu For Ayushmann Khurrana’s Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Shahid Kapoor wants to learn horse riding. The actor does not know how to ride a horse and it is something he has wanted to learn since a long time.In his film Kaminey Shahid was seen running with horses. It has only got him more intrigued by the sport and he wants to learn it properly.Shahid finds horse riding very exciting and thrilling. More »Shahid Kapoor To Learn Horse Riding
By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - The crowning of the grand champion of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Tuesday brought together the world's top dogs, from shaggy to sleek, including a finalist owned by the infamous heiress Patty Hearst. The 139th Westminster show, the United States' second-longest continuously running sporting event after the Kentucky Derby, features 192 breeds and varieties and culminates with the selection of the Best in Show winner. "I've always dreamt of this moment, but I never thought it would happen," said Lisa Pacheco, from Raynham, Massachusetts, whose 4-year-old West Highland white terrier, Pip, is competing in the event. More »Westminster to pick Best in Show, Patty Hearst's dog a finalist
All those have seen the trailer of upcoming film Hey Bro, might have noticed Govinda in a comic sequence with Ganesh Acharya, who makes his acting debut with the film. Sources attached to the unit claim that after the scene was shot, Govinda, who is known as the King Of Comedy because of his impeccable comic timing, was all praises for Ganesh and lauded him for his sense of humour and comic timing. Confirming the news, Ganesh said, “Being praised for my comic timing by none other than Govinda was like a dream come true for me. More »'Hey Bro': Ganesh Acharya's Comic Timing Impresses 'King Of Comedy' Govinda!
Seems like Aditya Roy Kapur had a fantastic Valentine's Day. We hear that Aditya's room was filled with lover letters from women all across the country. The Aashiqui 2 actor's craze especially among the girls was well known to people but the extent this time has been overwhelming for Aditya. Owing to his massive female fan following, the actor has received more than 1000 letters on this Valentine's Day from fans across. More »Aditya Roy Kapur's Room Was Filled With Love Letters On Valentine's Day
In a recent email communication that has been revealed by some sources to the media, it has been discovered that producer K. C. Bokadia wanted Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to play the role of a journalist in his film Dirty Politics. The email, purportedly sent by Bokadia, reads- “It is my desire to cast you as a protagonist in my upcoming movie, in the role of a journalist. The movie is called Dirty Politics, it is an ambitious film with an impressive artist line up. More »K. C. Bokadia Wanted To Cast Arvind Kejriwal In 'Dirty Politics'?
Filmmaker Karan Johar, who had given Varun Dhawan his big break with a lead role in campus romance Student Of The Year is a proud man today. The reason-KJo recently saw Badlapur, in which Varun has played a dark and grim character and the Dharma dude just can't stop gushing about his protégé. More »Why Is Karan Johar Proud Of Varun Dhawan?
In today's world, where every youngster is obsessed with taking seflies, actress Alia Bhatt claims to be a 'selfieholic', who clicks selfies even when she is unwell. Am Alia and I'm a SELFIEHOLIC ;).'' Alia also posted a selfie on her Instagram where she is seen lying on a bed and looking quite unwell. More »Alia Bhatt Claims To Be A 'Selfieholic'!
Dum Laga Ke Haisha marks a new beginning at Yash Raj Films, with Aditya Chopra becoming the presenter and Maneesh Sharma becoming the creative producer. It shows legacy and how Aditya Chopra is moving in the direction of having more creative heads. Now, ten days before release, we hear that YRF has changed the background score of the YRF logo for Dum Laga Ke Haisha. For the first time ever, in the history of YRF, in 60 years, they will be changing the iconic voice of Lata Mangeshkar from the logo at the beginning of the film. More »Background Score Of YRF's Logo To Change For 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'
By Asher Levine RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Wagner de Aguiar is acting like a big baby, but the women do not seem to mind. This is a typical scene at Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, where hordes of young Brazilians gather for raucous street-parties marked by free-flowing beer, loud samba music and the widely shared goal of kissing as many people as possible. More »Brazilians compete for kissing crown at Rio's Carnival
Mumbai, Feb 17 (IANS) Actress-producer Malaika Arora Khan surprised everyone with her moves in the kitchen and dedication on TV show "Farah Ki Daawat". The actress Tuesday shot for an episode of the food-based chat show, which will be hosted by filmmaker Farah Khan. Actors like Abhishek Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Boman Irani and Sonu Sood have already treated Farah by laying out sumptuous meals. Bollywood's beloved on-screen and off-screen couple Genelia D'Souza and Riteish Deshmukh have also became a part of Farah's culinary journey, which will be aired on Colors channel starting Feb 22. More »Malaika adds oomph to 'Farah Ki Daawat'
While the promos are getting maximum eyeballs, the music of Sriram Raghavan's BADLAPUR (especially Jee Karda) too is getting popular. More »Nawazuddin Siddiqui: I was deliberately kept away from BADLAPUR promos!